Slopes an issue? Laverda’s AL Quattro Evolution has been specially developed for Italy’s growers of durum (pasta) wheat who often plant their crops on steep mountainsides.
Thanks to self-levelling axles front and rear and a monstrous amount of header lateral tilt, it can handle slopes of up to 40°.
The Italian combine maker was bought out earlier this year by US giant Agco following several years of a joint venture which saw Laverda building harvesters for Massey Ferguson and Fendt.
The plant will continue to churn out Laverda-badged machines for the home market while elsewhere the harvesters will be sold solely in MF and Fendt liveries.